EVERYTHING IS WORKING, SO…
WHY SPEND TIME ON ALL THOSE UPDATES?
NO SOFTWARE IS PERFECT
Because creating complex software is a complicated business, a change in the programming language or an error in the translations to machine language will sometimes cause a problem, which is why technical maintenance is a necessary something, not only to correct bugs but also to make substantial improvements. Just as there is health care for people, there is maintenance for cars, computers and software to ensure that everything continues to go as desired.
To take away the concerns regarding technical maintenance, such as updates, double back up and security, a maintenance contract is a good protection.
Bugs can also occur unintentionally because a website is a set of interrelated parts. For example, when underlying software such as a CMS needs an update or when the server software at the hosting company has undergone an update, problems can occur unintentionally.
When expanding the functions of a website, one must therefore always keep an eye on the interrelatedness.
In concrete terms, this means that a technical maintenance contract is always required for the creation of a website so that owners can rest easy and concentrate fully on creating content, texts and images.